I love what I do!

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Real Estate Agent with Ebby Halliday, REALTORS
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I enjoy meeting new people and new families every day in an attempt to fulfill their dreams of home ownership.  The part I enjoy most about being a REALTOR is knowing that my success is derived from helping others achieve their goal of home ownership. The lessons I learn daily from the ever-changing environment of real estate is what makes my position so rewarding. 

My value to and accessibility in the community I call home is readily apparent in my work as a real estate professional.  I know that helping my neighbors buy and sell property is much more than structures and contracts; it's about putting a smile on someone's face.  That's what makes every bit of my hard work worth it all, and that's what I do best.  I recognize the fact that I have opportunities to make a very positive impact in my client's lives at an important time.  That is so important to me and I feel blessed to have that opportunity.  I firmly believe that actions speak louder than words, and I show my gratitude for that opportunity with hard work and not just talk.  I never forget that making people happy is the most important thing I can do.

Representing buyers and sellers in the Dallas Metroplex with sales in Richardson, Garland, Rowlett, Plano, Allen, Frisco, McKinney, The Colony, Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Lewisville, Coppell and Irving.  I enjoy meeting new people and new families every day in an attempt to fulfill their dreams of home ownership.  And THAT's why I LOVE WHAT I DO ~ it's the best and most rewarding feeling in the world to aid in a family's dream of home ownership!
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Desi The Poodle
You go Rene!  Sounds like you really like what you do and I know you are great at it.  Update me with some more news about the industry and what we can expect to see in the next few years in Dallas.
Mar 30, 2007 06:09 AM #1
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Craig Jarrell

With the continuing subprime meltdown, the residual effects are starting to spill over into the regular prime market.   We are seeing the following trends developing:  

1. First lien underwriting is tightening. 2. Higher credit scores are required. 3. 100% lending is being replaced by 5% minimum down for many programs. 4. Second lien interest rates are rising disproportionately. 5. Second lien underwriting standards are becoming very picky.  

Preapproving yourself now more inportant than ever to avoid being caught "up" in the "crackdown"!

Apr 04, 2007 09:18 AM #2
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